The Australian girl’s ventures which she started with her mother are now a part of Pixie’s Pix, which sells other games and accessories for children. Pixie’s Fidgets launched in May last year billed AU $ 200,000 (about US $ 143,000) in its first month itself, according to information from news.com.au.
“She can retire at 15 if she wants to,” Jacenko said in an interview with news.com.au adding, “Our family joke has been I’ll be working till I’m 100 and Pixie will have retired at 15 – I certainly know who’s smarter.”
Roxy Jacenko started an Instagram page, where she uploaded pictures of her daughter wearing different fashion fits and beautiful bows. The Instagram page soon began to attract a following, Roxy then decided to start the hair accessory company. Little Pixie modeled the accessories that soon began selling quickly.
Roxy purchased a Mercedes Benz GL worth $270,000 for Pixie which she uses to drive the 10-year-old and her brother to school every morning.
Jacenko owner of several successful businesses, including Sweaty Betty PR says that the young girl can retire as soon she wishes to.